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The word comes from the Latin "crispus," meaning curly or wavy...Pancakes[and crepes] are traditionally served on Candlemas and Shrove Tuesday, to celebrate renewal,family life and hopes for good fortune and happiness in the future.

The congregation and celebrant together:

 The member of the clergy who leads Communion is called the ‘celebrant.’

This original version of her tray has flat handles. Retired 1994

It is curiously reminiscent of the patina apiciana from classical Rome, in which layers of laganum, an early version of lasagna, alternate with layers of chicken, fish, or songbirds.

(Reprinted from the “Christian Commonwealth”.)

257) "Rice is...the protagonist of tummala [timbale], an elaborate casserole from eastern Sicily, which is said to derive its name from that of Mohammad Ibn Thummah, an empire of Catania during the Saracen occupation."
---, Mary Taylor Simeti [Ecco Press:Hopwell NJ]1998 (p.

A Lecture delivered in the City Temple, London, Thursday, October 10th, 1907.

The celebrant and the congregation together:

to use a knife).

"To make Muffings and Oat-Cakes
To a Buschel of Hertfordshire white Flour, take a Pint and a half of good Ale-yeast, from paleMalt if you can get it, becuase it is whitest; let the Yeast lie in Water all night, the next Day pouroff the Water clear, make two Gallons of Water just Milk warm, not to scald your Yeast, and twoOunces of Salt, mix your Water, Yeast and Salt well toghether for about a quarter of an Hour,then strain it, and mix up your Dough as light as possible, and let it lie in your Trough an Hour torise, then with your Hand roll it, and pull it into little Pieces about as big as a large Walnut, rollthem with your Hand like a Ball, lay them on your Table, and as fast as you do them lay a Piece ofFlannel over them, and be sure to keep your Dough cover'd with Flannel; when you have rolledout all your Dough, begin to bake the first, and by that Time they will be spread out in the rightForm; lay them on your Iron, as one Side begins to change Colour turn the other, and take greatCare they don't burn, or be too much discolour'd; but that you will be a Judge off in two or threeMakings.

Originally made by monks from buffalo milk, this soft cheese can also be made with cow's milk.

The celebrant, with congregational responses in italics:

[NOTE: "Indian" in this recipe refers to maize/corn meal, not a Native American dish.][1839]

Sift a quart of fine Indian meal, mix with it a salt-spoonful of salt, two large spoonfuls of butter and a gill of molasses; make itinto a common dough with scalding water, or hot sweet milk, mixing it well with a spoon; put it in a well buttered skillet, make it smooth, and bake itrather briskly.

Fresh mozzarella is sometimes pairedwith tomatoes for salads and appetizers.

Lift up your hearts! Congregation: “We lift them up to the Lord”

However, I do not find any Arabic name among the three given by Forskalwhich can be connected with this, and hitherto no trace has been found to the presence of thecucumber in ancient Egypt."
---, Alphonse De Candolle [Hafner:New York] 1959 (p.

Why do we call it "mozzarella?""Its name in Italion means literally 'little socie'.

The celebrant, the congregation, the choir, a reader, or a singer:

El Fay: Thanks for sharing the info re: structure and rhythm…I actually did start to feel it must be intentional because it was so obvious that I did not think an editor could have missed it! I agree that the reading audience would best be middle-school – very simplistic. But, ultimately, I didn’t think this was a “bad” book at all – in fact I think it does serve a worthy purpose as we discussed.